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    between Kerberos-based and smart card based SSO. Problems in organizations without SSO implemented When organizations do not have SSO implemented, it can cause some issue for system users. Reports have shown that an…

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    This article relates to the topic because it discusses fare evasion and smart cards on Bus Rapid Transit (BRT). BRT is an enhanced bus service that offers reliable and quality service that improves travel times, service reliability, and ridership. The overall objective of BRT is to maximize transit through faster travel times than traditional fixed-route bus service. With high travel demands, there will always be fare evaders. Fare evasion usually happens during peak hours, but it can also…

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    Although adopting secure RFID technology continues to be a challenge due to lack of interoperability with vendors and hardware limitations with inadequate energy and computing power in devices. Standardization and security has become an afterthought with the growing demands of smart technology everywhere. Some vendors comply with security standards ISO/IEC 14443 but far too many have proprietary methods of applying…

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    by an absence of any alteration in data between two updates of a data record (Teeling, 2012). Data Vulnerability refers to the susceptibility for theft, altering of the data or data loss. When data is altered, either accidently or maliciously, it can cripple a network. Data security professionals will usually employ various methods to protect against data vulnerability to include “Encryption, Data backup into a separate location, Access controls, Input validation and data validation” (Teeling,…

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    Compass Card Project

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    Compass is the durable, reloadable, electronic fare card that works everywhere on transit in Metro Vancouver. Our phased roll-out of Compass is in full swing. Once complete, the easy-to-use card will replace all our current passes and tickets. Compass is the durable, reloadable, electronic fare card that works everywhere on transit in Metro Vancouver. TransLink's Compass Card program has been delayed once again and there is no date set for the roll-out of the automated fare card program for…

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    Our new service is going to be a health vending machine. Unlike the typical vending machines, ours strives to bring the healthiest of foods found in grocery stores to remote areas that are in need of better food choices. In these machines there will be fruits such as apples, bananas, bagged grapes, oranges, and strawberries. There will also be vegetables such as lettuce, broccoli, asparagus, and carrots. When it comes to beverages it will offer water, green tea, and blended fruit and vegetable…

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    reached 1 million in mere 17 weeks in China, especially after people became accustomed to crazily crowded scenes in apple stores whenever new products are launched. According to an interview in a Beijing apple store (Calum MacLeod, 2015), Zuo, a 50-year-old buyer already with two smart watches, talked about his keenness on the multi-time zone function and health apps of the product. He also mentioned, “Although I’m old, I like to keep up with the trend.” Not only is this trend of IoT driven by…

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    As machines have evolved over the years in intelligence we have become more certain that they will be able excel in everything humans do in life and do it better than human beings. In other words, machines encompass important aspects of life except for one the most important aspect, emotion. This article discusses this important topic concerning smart machines and how people treat the machines without regard of empathy. In a highly viewed website, this interesting written piece describes…

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    Pre-Play Attack Essay

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    report is titled “Chip and Skim: cloning EMV cards with the pre-play attack”. This paper is written by Mike Bond, Omar Choudary, Steven J. Murdoch, Sergei Skorobogatov, and Ross Anderson of the University of Cambridge. The purpose of the paper is to point out the flaws with EMV technology. The paper starts out by giving a brief historical overview of EMV. They then discuss the technical details of how EMV works and how it can be exploited. This discussion is followed by examples of how the…

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    interface of EMV Contactless cards. Section 3.3 gives a high level overview of the EMV Contactless transactions. Finally, 3.4 gives a complete description of the Mastercard PayPass specifications. 3.1 EMV Contactless Specification Documents The EMV Contactless specification is defined by the EMV Contactless books [21-22], kernel specifications [23-24], additional documents have been published by Maestro [25] and also to some extent the EMV Contact book [26-27]. Figure 3.1 gives an overview of…

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